4 Natural Ingredients To Achieve Bright & Radiant Skin
There are so many digital filters that give you appearance of vibrant and glowy skin. But what if your skin was that radiant everyday?
We have the answer for you. It starts with your skin care. It’s so important to look at what ingredients are in your daily products. At EVE MILAN, we specialize in natural ingredients to create our collections. We don’t rely on the use of parabens and harsh chemicals to get the results we want. Our skin brighteners are infused with key ingredients from Mother Nature that will have your skin glowing better than your favorite IG or Snap filter.
Here are 4 essential ingredients to brighten your skin, increase your radiance and leave you with that coveted sun-kissed glow.
Native to the amazon forest, Camu Camu is a sour berry with a cherry color. This superfood is known to have more than 40x the amount of Vitamin C found in an orange. It fights off hyperpigmentation and contains powerful antioxidants that work to shield and protect skin from the environment. It also helps promote the synthesis of
Safe for the most sensitive skin types (including pregnant women), the daisy extract prevents hyperpigmentation and has higher amounts of organic acids making it a great ingredient for exfoliation. The daisy flower extract also inhibits the overproduction of tyrosine — an amino acid necessary for the formation of melanin— by up to fifty percent.
Lemons have a history of being a natural remedy for skin issues. One of the main benefits of lemon extract is that it’s high in antioxidant content including Vitamin C. Lemon extract woks to repair damaged skin and boost collagen production. It’s a great self-care ingredient for those that have oily or acne-prone.
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Niacinamide is a form of Vitamin B-3. Niacinamide has so many benefits. It protects against sun damage, minimizes fine lines and wrinkles, regulates oils, reduces pore sizes and inflammation. It can also help treat skin conditions such as acne and eczema. Niacinamide helps build keratin and helps prevent B-3 deficiency.
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